Lottoland recently introduced its unique prize insurance model of scratch cards, casino and instant win games, outlining its ambition to revolutionise the industry by offering the largest prizes in online gaming.
Online lottery betting operator Lottoland has announced it will be offering what it claims is the world’s first Bitcoin lottery.
In response to the Northern Territory Government revealing that licensees would be prohibited from betting on Australian lotteries, Lottoland has stated that it hopes to work with the regulatory body and “help newsagents expand their offering.”
At last week’s Excellence in Gaming (EIG) conference in Berlin, this was one of the topics of debate, with panelists evaluating the best way for companies to maximise profits when competing against state lotteries.
Lottoland CEO Luke Brill has spoken to TotallyGaming.com about his disappointment, after the Australian Lottery and Newsagents Association (ALNA) rejected the company’s latest proposal.
Lottoland, the online betting agency, has called for a change in Australian tax infrastructure that would allow it to give back to the state of Western Australia (WA), instead of banning the company altogether.
LOT.TO, the world’s leading provider of online lottery games, is to sponsor the Inspirational Health Team category at tonight’s 2017 WellChild Awards.
Lottoland will debut a new prize insurance model to scratch cards, casino and instant win games, allowing Lottoland to offer the largest prizes in online gaming.
Online lotto betting operator Lottoland has announced that it has been granted an insurance licence by the Financial Services Commission (“FSC”) in Gibraltar.